Behavioral & Mental Health

Seven Generations Department
Funded by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health is a culturally competent integrated service plan that is designed to increase the quality of services of the Los Angeles American Indian/Alaskan Native community by building on the strengths of our community and strengthening partnerships that foster the integration of mental health, physical health and/or substance abuse services.

 

Counseling and Therapy Services:
Mental Health and supportive services to Children, Youth, and their families.  

 

Child Abuse Treatment Program (CHAT):
The Child Abuse Treatment (CHAT) Program provides services to children (0-17 years old) who have experienced some form of crime, trauma, and/or abuse. Clients are offered culturally centered therapy, court-advocacy/support, case management, emergency financial assistance, and Victim Compensation Program information/referrals.

 

Robert Sundance Family Wellness Center 

Adult Mental Health
We recognize the need for the treatment of the co-occurring disorder and provides adult mental health services in conjunction with substance abuse treatment. UAII is staffed by Licensed Psychologists and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Supervision is provided to Advanced Practicum Doctoral Students of Psychology and Master Level Graduate Students in Social Work. Adult mental health services are funded through the Indian Health Service.

  • Screening / Assessment
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Medication & Medication Monitoring
  • Self-help Groups
  • Case Management
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Community Referrals & Linkages